Rock City Church Columbus Ohio 11-20-2016 V#2

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38 Greenwood Ave Columbus Ohio 43201
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Dancing in the Crack/Prostitution District of Columbus, Ohio with Helen

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Helen is a beautiful friend that Valor Christian College Students and I led to Jesus in the crack district of Columbus, Ohio. She loves to dance for us and we jump right in with her. What a joy it is to be on the streets winning souls, making friends and bringing new converts to church!

JPAOGC: Is There Not A Cause? – Columbus Africans All-Night Service (3/4)

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Speaker: Apostle Rev. Bismark Akomeah (Senior Pastor of Jesus Power Assembly of God Church, Columbus, Ohio).

Date: Friday, February 22th 2013 – All Night Service

Bible Verses

1 Samuel 17:23-29

National Civil War Naval Museum in Columbus Georgia

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National Civil War Naval Museum

The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, located in Columbus, Georgia is a fantastic place to visit if you are a history buff, like me. This 40,000-square-foot facility features two original Civil War military naval vessels, uniforms, equipment and weapons used by the United States Navy and the Confederate States Navy forces.

The highlight of the museum is the 180-foot hull of C.S.S. Jackson (also known as C.S.S. Muscogee), a revolutionary developed ironclad warship ram put to fire in the Chattahoochee River by the Union Army troops of Gen. James H. Wilson and recovered from the muddy bed of the river in the 1960s. Also, on display are what’s left of C.S.S. Chattahoochee and an intact rowboat from U.S.S. Hartford, famed flagship of Federal Admiral David Farragut at the naval Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864.

Two models of the warships U.S.S. Monitor and C.S.S Virginia (the former U.S.S. Merrimack steam frigate under construction at Gosport Navy Yard near Norfolk, Virginia, captured after scuttling April 1861 with the naval facilities), used in the TNT cable TV channel’s 1991 film Ironclads, and recreated full-scale sections of three other War Between the States-era warships are among the hundreds of Civil War artifacts located in the museum (including sections of U.S. Navy Admiral David Farragut’s U.S.S. Hartford including the berth deck, wardroom and captain’s cabin).

Oh, by the way, they give fantastic personalized tours.

This is Part Two of a three-part video series on Columbus, Georgia.

Part One, National Infantry Museum:
– National Infantry Museum Part One
– National Infantry Museum Part Two
– National Infantry Museum Part Three

Part Three, Lunch Box Museum can be seen at:

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Columbus woman facing deportation leaves church to meet with immigration

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After taking sanctuary inside a Clintonville church earlier this week, Edith Espinal made the decision today to check in at the local Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office.

“He’s Coming Again”- Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA

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Artist: The Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA, under the direction of Kenneth D. Bonaparte
(Antioch Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
Album: I’ve Got A Right To Praise The Lord: LIVE IN GREENVILLE, SC
Year: 1970’s
Pianists/Organists: Kenneth D. Bonaparte & Norman Hardman